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No. 89, Hina, claimant
Document copied in Native Register, Page 98
No. 89, Hina, Honolulu, Oahu, June 24, 1846
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I am petitioning for my house lot which is taken by someone else the foreigner. /It was/ leased by Paki to Kamaki, being the place where Kamaki's house stands, towards the upland.
The place of Keaka Amala was given him by Paki and I was deprived. But it is up to you to investigate Paki and me and see who has the right. This is my trouble and it is for you to clarify between myse ....
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.... d was returned to me. I had become a better runner over Haaheo; for this reason this land became mine. Paki had an interest through Hina and he also had a lease with Kamaki. I had agreed that he may have the property. I had given it to him, no one will have any objections about this.
Kuoha's sworn testimony:
It was Kaumaka the woman who gave her claim to Maikaaloa, the wife of Hina. She had received this from Poe, also Paki received his rights from Hina, although this is not too clear to me. When Hina's wife died, he went away and have not returned to this day.
[No. 89 not awarded]